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Searched for all offences where the transcription matches '+alias' (all words must be present), verdict category is killing and decade is 1680s*

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  1. John Smith, Killing > murder, 15th May 1684.

    John Smith, alias Ashburneham , a notorious Highway man , whose Name hath been in a Proclamation and several Gazettes in order to his being Apprehended, was Indicted for the Murther of Andrew Page a Headborough . Upon the Tryal it appeared, The said Smith ...
  2. George Caskey, Killing > murder; Francis Pevanson, Killing > murder; Daniel Ballantine, Killing > murder, 3rd September 1684.

    George Caskey , a Scotch man, Indicted for the Murder of Robert Teagle , a Watch man , at Rosemary lane , on the 28th. of August last . Upon his Tryal it appeared thus; viz. This Geo. Caskey, together with Francis Pevanson, alias Peverson , a French man, a...
  3. Jenkin Cradock, Killing > murder, 4th June 1685.

    Jenkin Cradock, alias Saraden , of the Parish of St. Martins in the Fields , Indicted for Murdering one Christian Eaires . The Evidence against the Prisoner was, That the said Cradock coming by the door where Eaires lived, had some words with her, and so p...
  4. John Monday, Killing > other, 20th May 1686.

    John Monday alias Mombay , of the parish of St. Dunstans in the West , was Indicted for Killing Richard Simpson on the 16th.of March last with a Quart Pot : The Evidence against the prisoner was, that the deceased and the prisoner drinking together, there ...
  5. Thomas Griffith, Killing > murder; James Houghton, Killing > murder, 31st August 1687.

    Thomas Griffith alias Griffin , and James Houghton , were Indicted together with one Johanes In Nubibus, or a person not yet found or taken, for the Murthering of Richard Stockall , of the Parish of St. Andrews Holbourn , on the 10th of July last, by givin...